The new Bluboo D1 may not even be the high end that many would like to have, by the way, the smartphone is a low end assumed, however, shows us a software that is worth looking at.
One of the simplest and most frustrating things in the smartphone world is screen shots. At EBox we communicate a lot via screenshots. After all, it is a simple, fast and practical way to convey information.
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However, on most Android or iOS smartphones, taking a screenshot is far more painful than it sounds. If you just want to show what you see on the 5 "inch screen, that's fine. You push the buttons and you get a picture of your screen.
However, if your goal is to show a web page, or content that exceeds 5 inches, you have a headache at the door.
The latest OnePlus 5 already gives us the ability to take a full-page screenshot and Bluboo was not slow to bring such technology to their smartphones, more specifically to its Bluboo D1 input range.
Pressing the key combination to take a screenshot will give you a small circle on the screen that will allow you to extend the capture throughout the article in question.
You can also select a relevant area and draw the format you want the "picture" to take.
Bluboo D1 is a low end with elegance
The Bluboo D1 has a 5 "inch HD display, MediaTek MT6580 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory with MicroSD capability. The terminal is accompanied by two 8MP + 2MP rear cameras and Android 7.0 Nougat. .
We still don't know if this feature will reach all of the brand's smartphones, notably the irreverent Bluboo S1, but it's nice to see small brands solve a problem that large companies simply ignore.
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